swine influenza

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swine influenza

[′swin ‚in·flü′en·zə]
(veterinary medicine)
A disease of swine caused by the associated effects of a filterable virus and Hemophilus suis, characterized by inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.
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Q: Why has the H1N1 influenza sometimes been called the "swine flu"?
The H1N1 influenza virus cost Delta Air Lines USD 250 million in revenue, and the world's largest airline has cut capacity during the second quarter in response to the reduced demand, its chief executive said at the company's annual shareholders meeting on Monday.
In a statement, cited by KUNA, it said, "We are aware that H1N1 influenza cases have been tentatively confirmed among US military personnel assigned abroad, including soldiers transiting via US military bases in Kuwait." It said, however, that the individuals concerned have been isolated and treated by US military doctors at US military facilities.
Morocco's Communication Ministry announced, Monday, that 850 million Moroccan dirhams (about 102 million dollars) will be earmarked for operations of prevention against H1N1 influenza. <p>AaAaAa It said technical means of prevention and treatment, including medicines, face masks and individual protection equipment will be reinforced.
Our study found that severely ill women with 2009 H1N1 influenza during pregnancy were more likely to have adverse birth outcomes--such as their baby being born preterm or of low birth weight--than women without influenza," said senior author Dr.
H1N1 influenza virus causes severe respiratory failure; other than respiratory system involvement it can also affect other organ systems.
Meridian Life Science Inc (MLS) said on Tuesday that it has manufactured an H1N1 influenza A challenge stock for Immune Targeting Systems Ltd as part of a 12-month, highly collaborative production programme.
The collected samples were transported in VTM (viral Transport Media) to the testing Laboratory in Medical College/ Desert Medicine Research Centre (DMRC), Jodhpur and subjected to RT-PCR technique for the detection of H1N1 Influenza virus.
vaccination against H1N1 influenza prevented up to 1.5 million cases, 10,000 hospitalizations and 500 deaths.
On August 10, 2010, the World Health Organization declared the H1N1 influenza pandemic over, saying worldwide flu activity had returned to typical seasonal patterns.
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You sit on a planning commission for children's healthcare in your region, and the commission is reviewing health system performance during the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic.